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Sorry this is my first post, I have some troubles with netbeans, I've intalled it but I can't find the program, so I can't use it, where can I find ...
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    [SOLVED] Netbeans 6.5 HElp


    Sorry this is my first post, I have some troubles with netbeans, I've intalled it but I can't find the program, so I can't use it, where can I find it?

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    Hi and welcome to the forum. How exactly did you install it? Netbeans usually creates a menu entry (somewhere under development or development/ide) so look around in your menu.

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    thanks for your help but I've found it but I still have a problem, It still don't work it semms to start normally but when it finishes the window apears in grey with only the title bar

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    I don't know what the problem could be. Are you using Sun java?

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    Yes, but I think I need to update it, how can I do it?

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    Hi Zefas,

    Option 1

    Try using the MCC the (Mandriva Control Centre), select managing software, then use the search facility for Java, this should list the java items installed & which can be installed.

    There is also the software update tab.

    Option 2

    At the CLI type (Command Line Interface),

    (NOTE: You need root access, try typing at the terminal prompt)

    # man urpmi

    You can also use the CLI (Command Line Interface), to update the java applications installed by;

    # urpmi update java-*



    I hope this is of help.

    Jnike

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    yes, thank you but the problem was the compiz application. thank you anyway

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